Facial nerve paralysis “I guess there was a feeling of inadequacy, I always felt inadequate as a person. I think that’s very human, just very, unashamedly human. Where I used to see something wrong with that, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that anymore.”
The voice is William’s ( pictured above ) and overlays pictures of his profile as a 3D scanning device flashes across an obscured face, half of which doesn’t work. It remains still when he smiles or grimaces, laughs or cries. William’s face cannot absolutely communicate the things he’s feeling, or react to the things he sees, but he can talk. He opened up on his experiences as one living with facial nerve paralysis in a series of interviews with contemporary artist and researcher Vic McEwan , who in 2019 embarked on a project to not just tell the stories of those affected by the […]
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